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- Diabetes and foot problems
Diabetes and foot problems is a condition where the body doesn’t produce enough insulin or use insulin properly, causing sugar levels in the blood to rise above normal.
Treatment for diabetic foot problems varies according to the severity of the condition.
A range of surgical and nonsurgical options may help.
Although there’s no cure for diabetes, a healthy diet, regular exercise Read More
- Diabetic neuropathy
Neuropathy is damage to nerves, and diabetic neuropathy is damage to nerves that occurs as a result of diabetes. Diabetes is thought to damage nerves as a result of prolonged elevated levels of blood glucose. Diabetic neuropathy can affect different parts of the body, and symptoms can range from mild to severe. Diabetic neuropathy is the most common complication of diabetes.
What are the types of diabetic neuropathy?
There are Read More
- Phosphate diabetes
Phosphate is a critical chemical found in the body that contains phosphorus, which plays a significant role in the development of bones and teeth; moreover, the mineral also supports the conversion of food into energy to fuel the cells. Phosphate Diabetes is a rare congenital disease that affects the skeletal system as well as the mineralization of the teeth.The condition can be noticed in the early years of children,Th Read More
- Type 2 diabetes
No cure has yet been found for this condition. But you can regulate the sugar levels in your body with the help of some lifestyle changes such as:
Quit smoking and alcohol consumption
Statin - Decreases the level of harmful cholesterol produced in the liver
Insulin - Regulates adeq Read More